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[audio]The Value of Mindfulness in Everyday Life - Childhood Matters
When you're raising a family or teaching students it's often hard to be aware of what you're feeling, experiencing, and thinking. The practice of mindfulness, or paying attention with kindness and curiosity before choosing your behavior, can decrease stress and burnout and increase empathy and effective communication. Join Nurse Rona and guests as they discuss how adults and children can benefit from learning mindful practices for everyday life...
Keywords: stress; mindfulness; relax; calm; awareness; self-aware; empathy; kindness; patience
Downloads: 1,795
[texts]Errorless learning of everyday tasks in people with dementia. (Volume 8) - de Werd, Maartje Me
This article is from Clinical Interventions in Aging, volume 8.AbstractErrorless learning (EL) is a principle used to teach new information or skills to people with cognitive impairment. In people with dementia, EL principles have mostly been studied in laboratory tasks that have little practical relevance for the participants concerned, yet show positive effects. This is the first paper to exclusively review the literature concerning the effects of EL on the performance of useful everyday tasks...
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[audio]The Basic Practice of Mindfulness - Bhante Anandajoti
A series of talks on the Basic Practice on Mindfulness, which covers only certain topics which are believed to have been the original teachings on mindfulness to which others were added on later. These are mainly aimed at what these teachings can offer to the lay practitioner, and concentrate on offering advice for putting these teachings into practice in one's everyday life.
Keywords: Mindfulness; Meditation; Dhamma; Dharma
Downloads: 939
[texts]The practice of cookery adapted to the business of every-day life - Dalgairns
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: cbk
Downloads: 225
[texts]Practice of Cookery and Pastry, Adapted to the Business of Everyday Life - I. Williamson
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: cbk
Downloads: 136
[texts]Every-day topics; a book of briefs - Holland, J. G. (Josiah Gilbert), 1819-1881
Culture.--Literature and literary men.--Criticism.--The popular lecture.--Personal dangers.--Personal development.--Preachers and preaching.--Christianity and science.--Revivals and reforms.--Christian practice.--The church of the future.--The common moralities.--Woman.--Woman and home.--Amusements.--The temperance question.--Social intercourse.--Town and country.--The rich and the poor.--Politics and political men.--American life and manners
Keywords: Conduct of life
Downloads: 122
[audio]Practice Like Your Hair is on Fire - Ven. Rita Riniker
Practice Like Your Hair is on Fire Ven. Rita Riniker July 22, 2006 Ven. Rita Riniker talks on how to inspire our Buddhist practice when we become lazy, lose energy or become apathetic. She gives insight into how we can remind ourselves of the advantages of practice in even the mundane activities of everyday life.
Keywords: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Lamrim; Bodhicitta; Six Perfections; Six Paramitas; Joyous Effort
Downloads: 666
[audio]The Heart of Practice: The Heart of Equanimity - Don Handrick
Equanimity is usually defined as "the quality of being calm or even-tempered", but in Tibetan Buddhism it can also refer to the attitude that considers all other beings in an equal light - an essential component in generating bodhichitta, the mind that aspires to full enlightenment. In this session, Don Handrick explains how to develop equanimity towards all beings and how to practice this expansive way of thinking in everyday life.
Keywords: Thubten Norbu Ling; Santa Fe; Gelugpa; New Mexico; Equanimity; Heart of Practice
Downloads: 86
[texts]COPD management: role of symptom assessment in routine clinical practice. (Volume 8) - van der Molen, Thys
This article is from International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, volume 8.AbstractPatients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) present with a variety of symptoms that significantly impair health-related quality of life. Despite this, COPD treatment and its management are mainly based on lung function assessments. There is increasing evidence that conventional lung function measures alone do not correlate well with COPD symptoms and their associated impact on pat...
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[texts]Trigeminocardiac reflex in neurosurgical practice: Report of two new cases. (Volume 4) - Amirjamshidi, Abbas
This article is from Surgical Neurology International, volume 4.AbstractBackground:: Systemic hypotension, cardiac dysrhythmia especially bradycardia, apnea, and gastric hypermotility occurring presumably after stimulation of any of the sensory branches of trigeminal nerve are coined as trigeminocardiac reflex (TCR). Neither enough is known about the predisposing factors in relation with the intraoperative occurrence of this life threatening reflex, nor about the exact pathophysiology of its bra...
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[texts]Continuous sedation until death: the everyday moral reasoning of physicians, nurses and family caregivers in the UK, The Netherlands and Belgium. (Volume 15) - Raus, Kasper
This article is from BMC Medical Ethics, volume 15.AbstractBackground: Continuous sedation is increasingly used as a way to relieve symptoms at the end of life. Current research indicates that some physicians, nurses, and relatives involved in this practice experience emotional and/or moral distress. This study aims to provide insight into what may influence how professional and/or family carers cope with such distress...
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[audio]Change Your Mind: The Daily Practice Of Thought Transformation - Ven. Tenzin Chogkyi
This teaching was given at the Mahamudra Centre in August and September 2008. Lojong, which can be translated as “mind training” or “thought transformation,” are techniques and practices emphasized by the Kadampa masters of Tibet. Because they believed in taking the Buddha’s teachings as personal instruction, they developed these practices especially to strengthen our courageous mind of bodhicitta and destroy our selfishness.In this series of teachings, the fundamental ideas from a cla...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tibetan Buddhism; Tenzin Chogkyi; Tibetan Buddhism; Tenzin Chogkyi
Downloads: 20
[texts]Patient Self-Management of Oral Anticoagulation with Vitamin K Antagonists in Everyday Practice: Efficacy and Safety in a Nationwide Long-Term Prospective Cohort Study. (Volume 9) - Nagler, Michael
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractPatient self-management (PSM) of oral anticoagulation is under discussion, because evidence from real-life settings is missing. Using data from a nationwide, prospective cohort study in Switzerland, we assessed overall long-term efficacy and safety of PSM and examined subgroups. Data of 1140 patients (5818.9 patient-years) were analysed and no patient were lost to follow-up...
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[texts]Double helix of research and practice--developing a practice model for crisis resolution and home treatment through participatory action research. (Volume 5) - Borg, Marit
This article is from International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, volume 5.AbstractOver the last five years Crisis Resolution/Home Treatment (CR/HT) teams have been established in Norway. These teams provide an alternative to in-patient acute care services offering assessment as well as direct care. This paper addresses a method of examining the nature of practice models that are being developed in a CR/HT team incorporating the philosophy of open dialogue and the open ...
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[texts]Treatment of bipolar disorder in the Netherlands and concordance with treatment guidelines: study protocol of an observational, longitudinal study on naturalistic treatment of bipolar disorder in everyday clinical practice. (Volume 14) - Renes, Joannes W
This article is from BMC Psychiatry, volume 14.AbstractBackground: While various guidelines on the treatment of bipolar disorder have been published over the last decades, adherence to guidelines has been reported to be low. In this article we describe the protocol of a nationwide, multicenter, longitudinal, non-intervention study on the treatment of bipolar disorder in the Netherlands. Study aims are to provide information on the nature and content of outpatient treatment of bipolar disorder, t...
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[texts]The nature of nursing practice in rural and remote areas of Greenland. (Volume 72) - Hounsgaard, Lise
This article is from International Journal of Circumpolar Health, volume 72.AbstractBackground: The Greenlandic Healthcare Reform (2010) required improved quality of services for health promotion, prevention of infectious and lifestyle diseases, family nursing and evidence-based clinical nursing. Aim: To investigate current nursing practice in Greenland and to identify whether it meets the requirements of healthcare reform...
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[texts]The practice of 'doing' evaluation: lessons learned from nine complex intervention trials in action. (Volume 9) - Reynolds, Joanna
This article is from Implementation Science : IS, volume 9.AbstractBackground: There is increasing recognition among trialists of the challenges in understanding how particular ‘real-life’ contexts influence the delivery and receipt of complex health interventions. Evaluations of interventions to change health worker and/or patient behaviours in health service settings exemplify these challenges...
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[texts]Homeopathic medical practice: Long-term results of a cohort study with 3981 patients. (Volume 5) - Witt, Claudia M
This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 5.AbstractBackground: On the range of diagnoses, course of treatment, and long-term outcome in patients who chose to receive homeopathic medical treatment very little is known. We investigated homeopathic practice in an industrialized country under everyday conditions. Methods: In a prospective, multicentre cohort study with 103 primary care practices with additional specialisation in homeopathy in Germany and Switzerland, data from all patients (ag...
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[texts]New quality regulations versus established nursing home practice: a qualitative study. (Volume 11) - Sandvoll, Anne Marie
This article is from BMC Nursing, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Western governments have initiated reforms to improve the quality of care for nursing home residents. Most of these reforms encompass the use of regulations and national quality indicators. In the Norwegian context, these regulations comprise two pages of text that are easy to read and understand. They focus particularly on residents’ rights to plan their day-to-day life in nursing homes...
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[texts]First-line treatment of chronic hepatitis B with entecavir or tenofovir in 'real-life' settings: from clinical trials to clinical practice. (Volume 19) - Pol, S
This article is from Journal of Viral Hepatitis, volume 19.AbstractEntecavir (ETV) and tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) are potent nucleos(t)ide analogues (NUCs) recommended as first-line monotherapies for chronic hepatitis B. In Phase III trials, ETV and TDF demonstrated superior efficacy, and comparable safety compared with other NUCs. In long-term clinical studies, both drugs achieved virologic response rates of around 95%, with very low rates of resistance development and good safety prof...
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[texts]Care for chronic illness in Australian general practice - focus groups of chronic disease self-help groups over 10 years: implications for chronic care systems reforms. (Volume 8) - Martin, Carmel M
This article is from Asia Pacific Family Medicine, volume 8.AbstractBackground: Chronic disease is a major global challenge. However, chronic illness and its care, when intruding into everyday life, has received less attention in Asia Pacific countries, including Australia, who are in the process of transitioning to chronic disease orientated health systems. Aim: The study aims to examine experiences of chronic illness before and after the introduction of Australian Medicare incentives for longe...
[texts]ERIC ED360825: Teacher Research on Funds of Knowledge: Learning from Households. Educational Practice Report: 6. - ERIC
The conceptualization of working-class Latino students' households as being rich in funds of knowledge has engendered transformative consequences for teachers, parents, students, and researchers. The qualitative study of their own students' households by teachers is a viable method for bridging the gap between school and community. An assumption of the project described is that educational institutions do not view working-class minority students as emerging from households rich in social and int...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Cultural Awareness; Educational Research; Elementary Secondary Education; Ethnography; Family School Relationship; Family (Sociological Unit); Hispanic American Students; Hispanic Americans; Home Visits; Parent Teacher Cooperation; Qualitative Research; Research Methodology; Teacher Researchers; Teacher Role; Teacher Student Relationship
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[texts]ERIC ED374987: Numeracy as Cultural Practice: An Examination of Numbers in Magazines for Children, Teenagers, and Adults. - ERIC
Many have argued for the importance of numeracy, yet little is known about the opportunities for numeracy available to people in their daily lives. In this study, characteristics of rational numbers in magazines written for children, teenagers, and adults were analyzed and compared. Analysis indicated that difficult mathematical concepts that appear in the media such as fractions, percents, and averages are much more prevalent in adults' magazines than in those written for children and teenagers...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adolescents; Adults; Children; Content Analysis; Decimal Fractions; Elementary Secondary Education; Fractions; Mathematics Education; Number Concepts; Numeracy; Percentage; Periodicals; Rational Numbers
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[texts]ERIC ED370757: Links between Home and School among Low-Income Mexican-American and European-American Families. Educational Practice Report: 9. - ERIC
This report shows that, in low-income Mexican-American and European-American families, children's everyday learning activities at home and aspirations of parents for their children's future are key elements in home-school linkages. Two models of home-school linkages are reviewed: the cultural match/mismatch model and the two-way partnership approach. Interviews were conducted with parents of 72 students in grades 3, 5, and 7...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Anglo Americans; Elementary Secondary Education; Family Life; Family School Relationship; High Risk Students; Homework; Low Income; Mexican American Education; Mexican Americans; Parent Aspiration; Parent Influence; Parent Participation; Parent Student Relationship
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[audio]Rhythms of The Church - Pastor Mike Brown
Caesar Kalinowski from Soma Communities Tacoma shares about the everyday rhythms of life we can practice with Gospel intentionality.
Keywords: Tribe Church; Church North Hollywood; NoHo Arts District
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[collection]Centre of Gravity Dharma Talks
Centre of Gravity is a grassroots, community-based centre offering spiritual practice committed to integrating the form of practice (sitting meditation, yoga postures, textual study) with everyday life and social action. Our focus is on yoga, buddhism, and community practice. Michael Stone is a co-organizer and founder. These audio teachings are offered freely. Dana, or donation, is welcome and makes this kind of offering possible...
Keywords: buddhism; yoga
Downloads: 14,613
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons 092004 - Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Wheel of Sharp Weapons Mahayana Mind Training And thus bodhisattvas are likened to peacocks: They live on delusions those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire The study of this classic text in the lojong (mind training) genre, seeks to elucidate the means to develop and enhance the Mahayana attitude...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling Center; Tibetan Buddhism; Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Downloads: 308
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons 092704 - Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Wheel of Sharp Weapons Mahayana Mind Training And thus bodhisattvas are likened to peacocks: They live on delusions those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire The study of this classic text in the lojong (mind training) genre, seeks to elucidate the means to develop and enhance the Mahayana attitude...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling Center; Tibetan Buddhism; Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Downloads: 253
[texts]IDEOLOGY OF RELIGIONS Google - Andrey Davydov
In the XXI century, “God” remains an unknown value to humans. Although “God” is the fundamental value in this world, as he is the Creator of all. A modern human cannot accept the idea of ​​the existence of “God” due to lack of evidence that “God” exists. "Blind faith" is an indicator of low level of development of individuals, and is no longer a common stance of modern people, even those who are not well educated...
Keywords: God; religions; ideology; ideology of religions; ideologies of the 21st century; soul; psyche; catalog of human souls; catalog of human population; Andrey Davydov; Olga Skorbatyuk; faith; existence of God; spiritualism; religion news; souls and body relationship; human soul definition; what is the soul; what is the meaning of life; what is God; psyche and religion; human psyche; spirit; proof of God; hell; paradise; heaven; humanity; divine will; science; knowledge; Creator; Higher Power; homo sapiens; spiritual development; Shan Hai Jing; civilization; life and death; Jesus Christ; eternal life; DNA; image; psychophysiology; deal souls; human subtypes
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[texts]Use of darbepoetin alfa in the treatment of anaemia of chronic kidney disease: clinical and pharmacoeconomic considerations. (Volume 2) - Carrera, Fernando
This article is from NDT Plus, volume 2.AbstractThe introduction of erythropoiesis-stimulating agents (ESAs) into everyday clinical practice has greatly improved the care of patients with chronic kidney disease. ESAs have reduced the need for blood transfusions, improved survival, decreased cardiovascular complications and enhanced patient quality of life. The longer acting ESA, darbepoetin alfa (Aranesp®), which can be administered less frequently than traditional ESAs, provides further benefi...
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20070328 - (28th March 2007) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
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[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20060920 - (20th September 2006) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
Downloads: 68
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20061018 - (18th October 2006) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
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[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20060927 - (27th September 2006) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
Downloads: 128
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20061213 - (13th December 2006) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
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[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20061206 - (6th December 2006) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
Downloads: 88
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20070321 - (21st March 2007) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
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[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons - 20060906 - (6th September 2006) - Geshe Ngawang Samten
This is a Mahayana Mind Training text (Lo Jong). 'And thus the bodhisattva are likened to peacocks. They live on delusions - those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire.' The Wheel of Sharp Weapons is a Basic Program text.
Keywords: buddhism; tibetan buddhism; wheel of sharp weapons; vajrayana institute
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[texts]Risk of cardiovascular disease? A qualitative study of risk interpretation among patients with high cholesterol. (Volume 14) - Kirkegaard, Pia
This article is from BMC Family Practice, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Previous studies have shown the importance of paying attention to lay peoples’ interpretations of risk of disease, in order to explain health-related behavior. However, risk interpretations interplay with social context in complex ways. The objective was to explore how asymptomatic patients with high cholesterol interpret risk of cardiovascular disease...
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[movies]Journal of regardless - Regardless Devon Victory
Download View counts are hidden on video plays Entertainment Music Advisory: Some writings and ethics are in this author imagination. Each person with-in the world has feelings and Actions. Each person could be held liable and accountable for what they say and do through music. Some of this author’s music has strong themes of: Sexuality,Lust,Lies,trust,hate,Separation,Violence,Crime, Discussion And Sometimes Hatred...
Keywords: Albums about life; Drugs; anger and trust; Respect; The Urban Hood; The Niggas; the culture; Rap artists; regardless music; Regardless songs; Regardless Records; Regardless Tracks; regardless albums; Regardless sounds; Regardless Streets; Dayton ohio Thugs; dayton Ohio; dayton Ohio Regardless; Rap artists; Rap Music; Rap On The Internet; Rap and r&b songs
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[movies]Day of Thanksgiving, A - Centron Corporation
An American family unable to afford a Thanksgiving turkey reviews the things for which they feel thankful. This patriotic film is unusual in that it does not link freedom and happiness with the pursuit of wealth. Produced with nonprofessional actors in Lawrence, Kansas. Written by Margaret Carlile (Trudy) Travis.
Keywords: Patriotism; Holidays: Thanksgiving; Families: 1950s
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[audio]Out of the Brain and into the Heart - Ven. Connie Miller
Out of the Brain and Into the Heart: Energizing Your Buddhist Practice Saturdays from 2:00-4:00 pm in Aug-Oct 2008 A series of classes with Ven. Connie Miller The power of Buddhism lies in the heart. By discovering how to put the teachings into practice, and integrating them with our everyday experiences, we can use this wisdom to transform our lives. Buddhist practice needs energy, enthusiasm, and "juice"! In this series, we explore how to energize our daily spiritual practice...
Keywords: Thubten Norbu Ling; Santa Fe; Lam-Rim; Meditation; Buddhist Practice
Downloads: 111
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons—Mahayana Mind Training 032904 - Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Wheel of Sharp Weapons Mahayana Mind Training And thus bodhisattvas are likened to peacocks: They live on delusions those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire The study of this classic text in the lojong (mind training) genre, seeks to elucidate the means to develop and enhance the Mahayana attitude...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling Center; Tibetan Buddhism; Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Downloads: 159
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons—Mahayana Mind Training 032204 - Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Wheel of Sharp Weapons Mahayana Mind Training And thus bodhisattvas are likened to peacocks: They live on delusions those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire The study of this classic text in the lojong (mind training) genre, seeks to elucidate the means to develop and enhance the Mahayana attitude...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling Center; Tibetan Buddhism; Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Downloads: 233
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons—Mahayana Mind Training 031504 - Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Wheel of Sharp Weapons Mahayana Mind Training And thus bodhisattvas are likened to peacocks: They live on delusions those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire The study of this classic text in the lojong (mind training) genre, seeks to elucidate the means to develop and enhance the Mahayana attitude...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling Center; Tibetan Buddhism; Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Downloads: 198
[texts]Fatigue in Cancer: A Review of Literature. (Volume 15) - Narayanan, Vijayakumar
This article is from Indian Journal of Palliative Care, volume 15.AbstractFatigue is a common symptom of advanced cancer limiting one's activity and affecting the quality of life. It is a multidimensional symptom complex with subjective and objective components. Hence, its definition and assessment seems arbitrary, incomplete, and elusive. Components of fatigue often merge with other ‘disease states’ as anemia, depression and so on, compounding difficulty to assess it separately...
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[texts]The discovery of autism: Indian parents' experiences of caring for their child with an autism spectrum disorder. (Volume 49) - Desai, Miraj U.
This article is from Transcultural Psychiatry, volume 49.AbstractThe current study investigated the lived experience of 12 parents of children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in everyday cultural contexts in Goa, India. Narratives from parents collected between 2009 and 2010 were analyzed using the procedures of phenomenological psychology. Four temporal phases of parents’ experience emerged from these data...
[texts]Development of children's hymenoptera venom allergy quality of life scale (CHVAQoLS). (Volume 3) - Cichocka-Jarosz, Ewa
This article is from Clinical and Translational Allergy, volume 3.AbstractBackground: Venom allergy is a rare but life-threatening disease and may have a considerable impact on the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of patients, especially children. This paper presents development of the HRQoL scale for children and adolescents with Hymenoptera venom allergy (HVA). Methods: The study sample consisted of 71 children, born between 1992 and 2000, who presented with a history of insect sting rea...
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[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons—Mahayana Mind Training 081604 - Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Wheel of Sharp Weapons Mahayana Mind Training And thus bodhisattvas are likened to peacocks: They live on delusions those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire The study of this classic text in the lojong (mind training) genre, seeks to elucidate the means to develop and enhance the Mahayana attitude...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling Center; Tibetan Buddhism; Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Downloads: 284
[audio]Wheel of Sharp Weapons—Mahayana Mind Training 082304 - Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
Wheel of Sharp Weapons Mahayana Mind Training And thus bodhisattvas are likened to peacocks: They live on delusions those poisonous plants. Transforming them into the essence of practice, they thrive in the jungle of everyday life. Whatever is presented they always accept, while destroying the poison of clinging desire The study of this classic text in the lojong (mind training) genre, seeks to elucidate the means to develop and enhance the Mahayana attitude...
Keywords: Buddhism; Tse Chen Ling Center; Tibetan Buddhism; Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa
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